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Thursday, 18 November 2010

2011 UK Debuts

Hello Everyone,

It is that time again when we band together to find the new authors that will be debuting in the UK next year. 2011 is sure to be filled with spell-binding literary talent.

I have started to compile a list which will be a page rather than a post because it is easier to edit. You can view that by clicking on the tab at the top or by following THIS link.

So please if you have found one, tell us (in the comments of this post) the title and the author and if you are really feeling helpful the publisher and the date of release. Hopefully with the wonderful Story Siren's challenge, we can generate lots of publicity for our new tweenie and teen British writers.

Happy searching!

The Bookette

P.S. These are the ones I've found so far
P.P.S. Don't forget I will be updating THIS page rather than the post you are currently reading

Wereworld: Rise of the Wolf by Curtis Jobling (Paperback - 6 Jan 2011) Puffin



Being Billy by Phil Earle (Paperback - 6 Jan 2011) Puffin


Entangled by Cat Clarke (Paperback - 6 Jan 2011) Quercus


Artichoke Hearts by Sita Brahmachari (Paperback - 7 Jan 2011) MacMillan


Small Blue Thing by S. C. Ransom (Paperback - 13 Jan 2011) Nosy Crow


The Iron Witch by Karen Mahoney (Paperback - 3 Feb 2011) Corgi Imprint Random House


My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher - (Paperback 1 Mar 2011) Orion


Sky Hawk by Gill Lewis (Paperback - May 2011) OUP


Lydia's Tin Lid Drum by Neale Osborne (Paperback – August 2011) OUP


8 comments:

Melissa said...

UK has some brilliant books coming out this year! :)

prophecygirl said...

A Beautiful Lie by Irfan Master, which I'm particularly excited about.

My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher - amazing!

Oh, and Being Billy is fantastic too!

Caroline said...

Ooooh that is so awesome!!
I realise that half of the books I read are British so yay for fueling my addiction :)
Did publishers send you any lists? I'll keep my ears open at work :)

Becky said...

Melissa, indeed!

Jenny, thanks for reminding me about A Beautiful Lie. I keep forgetting that one. I've added it to the list on my nav. bar now.

I have My Sister Lives and I am super excited about reading it.

Caroline, I emailed around the publicists that I review for and also I have been trawling Amazon and publisher websites. It is a big job.

Amber Griffiths said...

The Iron King by Julie Kagawa comes out on 21 Jan, right? Or I may be imagining it. :)

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Lauren said...

I think 0.4 by Mike Lancaster is a debut. At least, it's his first novel for children according to Amazon. And it looks awesome!

asamum said...

Thank you so much for this information.
I have already added Small Blue Thing to my list :D